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janvier 2022

Tombe une neige floconneuse aujourd’hui : une vue magnifique à contempler de la fenêtre qui donne sur le jardin.

En ce début d’année, une conversation s’est engagée sur le thème de la contemplation. Un membre de la famille et moi avons parlé de notre appréciation de la nature et de notre appréciation de rencontrer de nouvelles personnes pour la première fois, lors de rassemblements familiaux lors du Temps des fêtes, par exemple.

 2022 baby greeting

Cette discussion nous a permis de réaliser que nous n’avions pas eu l’occasion de faire de nouvelles rencontres cette année ni l’année dernière. Mais aussi, la possibilité d’établir une liaison avec un élément se rapportant au processus de mise en œuvre de l’IHAB/IAB — naturellement par notre travail, plusieurs d’entre nous rencontrent de nouvelles personnes : des mères, des pères, des parents, des bébés, des familles.

Afin de mieux comprendre la nature de ce lien, je souhaite explorer un point précis quant aux pratiques cliniques qui soutiennent l’allaitement dans les unités de soins mère|parent-enfant. Il s’agit d’aider à renforcer la confiance maternelle lors des interactions avec les familles. Par exemple, lorsqu’un dispensateur de soins se présente à la dyade parent-bébé.

D’abord, admiratives salutations. À tous ceux et celles qui travaillent à développer des compétences qui renforcent la confiance des parents, nous comprenons que ces habiletés servent à soutenir l’allaitement.

Comme les prestataires de soins de santé développent des compétences principalement par l’expérience d’apprentissage. Pour cette raison, j’aimerais explorer comment un modèle de mentorat a exercé une influence positive sur l’acquisition de connaissances et d’habiletés.

L’histoire s’est déroulée il y a longtemps. Une dyade parent-bébé consulta. Comme il s’agissait d’une rencontre initiale, le|la consultant∙e a demandé au parent s’il|elle pouvait se présenter au bébé, et ce, dès le début de la séance. Le parent a consenti, se sentant valorisé et responsabilisé par le biais d’une simple question. Un événement qui par conséquent l’a amené à changer ; pour le mieux. Dans ce cas, le parent avait le privilège de travailler lui-même avec des dyades parent-bébé.

Par la suite et depuis, lorsqu’il rencontre une nouvelle dyade, ce parent demande à son tour s’il peut se présenter au bébé. Cette approche a fait écho au fil des ans — peut-être parce qu’elle permet de renforcer la confiance de la mère|parent dès le départ, par une simple question. La manière de se présenter favorise ainsi un environnement propice à l’autonomisation.

En vous souhaitant un cheminement empreint de belles rencontres.

 

Manon Campagna, IBCLC
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Références:

World Health Organization. (2018). Implementation guidance: protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding in facilities providing maternity and newborn services: the revised baby-friendly hospital initiative.
World Health Organization. (2020). Baby-friendly hospital initiative training course for maternity staff: trainer's guide.
MASTROTOTARO, G. (2020, April 7). Empowering Mothers.TRANSLATED FROM ITALIAN BY SHEVAWN O’CONNOR La Leche League International. https://www.llli.org/empowering-mothers/

 

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